If you are interested in doing a PhD in one of these areas (or overlapping topics e.g., "comparing neural representations of faces and scenes"; "common sequencing processes in verbal and spatial memory") please contact me by email with an outline of your interests. PhD projects under my supervision can involve experimental psychology, neuroimaging or computational modelling or any combination of two of these methods.
If you are interested in doing an MSc project in one of these areas, you will need to enrol on one of our one-year taught Masters courses (MSc Cognitive Neuroscience, MSc Reading Language and Cognition, MRes Psychology). These all include a substantial empirical project. MSc projects under my supervision can involve experimental psychology and/or neuroimaging. Please contact me by email with an outline of the proposed project once you have been accepted onto the course.
If you are enrolled on our BSc Psychology or MPsych programmes and are interested in doing you final year project under my supervision, contact me by email to arrange a meeting. I am also willing to supervise innovative projects in any area of experimental psychology. For appropriately prepared students there may be opportunities to undertake neuroimaging projects (MPsych Neuroscience pathway students), computational modelling (suitably experienced students only) or using VR equipment.